Amber Hupp | Authors

Amber Hupp is an Associate Professor of Chemistry at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. She has served on the ACS Subdivision of Chromatography and Separations Chemistry since 2014, and is currently finishing her term as Chair. Research in the Hupp Lab centers on understanding the chemical composition of biodiesel and diesel fuels using gas chromatography and chemometric methods of analysis, specifically focused on efficient separation of fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs) using various column chemistries. Direct correspondence to:


The LCGC Blog: Efforts to Increase Diversity and Equity in Introductory Chemistry

Increased diversity in the workplace brings broader perspectives and innovation. Yet many chemical industries, including separation science, lack the diversity that is representative of the population. To fix this problem, we must start at the beginning of the pipeline.

The LCGC Blog: ACS SCSC: What We Do and Who We Are

In this month’s blog, we provide information about the Subdivision on Chromatography and Separations Chemistry (SCSC) of the Analytical Division of the American Chemical Society (ACS), sharing our main goals and introducing our newly appointed executive board members.